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“Of course such gathering places were too often the sites of repression and rage sometimes at the mercy of minorities like the Jews of Nuremberg in and around its central platz and the countless Nazi rallies of frenzied precision in every central square.”
“In one of the platz-es, (I forget which one, but it is the one by all the government buildings) they show movies outside in the evening.”
“For one thing, you learn a bit about the streets and major platz-es.”
“Wilkommen zu diesem platz, mein Freund. on December 9, 2009 at 8: 55 pm 24/7 Inspector”
“Ulrike, I wonder if the word “platz” was chosen because the bread is flat and sort of resembles a paving stone or plaza.”
“Great entry, in Northern Germany I never heard the word “platz” related to a baking good.”
“We never went as far as hats and costumes, but we would make up conversations, brutalizing each language and laughing ourselves silly at words like platz and ausfahrt.”
“An dey don leeve menny dirty cloz lyin a roun, oar empty platz an drinksies.”
“Soviet architectural aesthetic converted it into a massive concrete platz anchored by the Fernsehturm (TV tower) and office blocks, and fifteen years since the giant Kaufhof department store emerged as king of the place.”
“More than 15,000 demonstrators on Wednesday night jammed Helden-platz -- where Hitler addressed cheering crowds after he marched into Vienna in 1938 -- waving placards and denouncing the new coalition.”
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